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Feb 10 2022
Federal COVID-19 masking guidance is at odds with new rules in many states — regardless of whether the state is led by a Republican or Democrat.
California, New York and a number of other Democrat-led states announced plans this week to drop some or all COVID-19 mask mandates, and nearly every state in the U.S. now plans to end mask mandates by the end of March. Meanwhile, the CentersNational Review CNN (Opinion) Newsweek
Aug 20 2015
Perspectives BlogOn Sunday, Donald Trump said that as president he would reverse a law that grants citizenship to people born in the U.S. and apply significant restrictions to legal immigration.He rolled out several details of his immigration plan, which has been called everything from "exactly what American needs" to "draconian". Also see the latest AllSides blog Why is Washington in debt? A non-partisan John Gable, AllSides Co-founder
Aug 10 2020
On Monday, China imposed sanctions on 11 U.S. lawmakers and heads of organizations.
These individuals have spoken out against a new national security law that China has imposed on Hong Kong that critics say will impede the area's autonomy.Associated Press CNN (Online News) Newsmax (News)
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Apr 09 2015
Perspectives BlogGOP Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky announced his candidacy for presidency this week. Shortly thereafter, he had a tense interview with Today Show anchor Savannah Guthrie. It was contentious enough to attract a lot of media attention afterward. What happened? Was the line of questioning biased? Did Paul react the way he did because the interviewer was female? Here's a look at what's being said John Gable, AllSides Co-founder
May 06 2022
The U.S. economy added 428,000 jobs last month, beating economists' expectations, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
April's unemployment rate was 3.6%, the same as March. The U.S. economy has now added 400,000 or more jobs in 12 straight months; economists surveyed by news sources on all sides expected roughly 390,000 new jobs in April. The labor force participation rateCNBC Fox Business USA TODAY
May 14 2015
Perspectives BlogEarlier this week Obama's own party resisted his lobbying for a major trade bill, but on Wednesday Senate leaders said they had forged a deal to move forward with the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and Trade Promotion Authority (TPA). Will this bill ultimately be considered a bipartisan success that benefits Americans or something harmful to the economy, jobs, and US citizens? Or, is the answer John Gable, AllSides Co-founder
Jul 13 2020
Washington's NFL franchise has announced that it is retiring the Redskins name, and plans to introduce a new name and logo soon that will not be offensive to Native Americans.
The decision to change the team's name after 87 years comes amid mounting pressure on the franchise from corporate sponsors and the broader nationwide discussion of race.CNBC ABC News (Online) Newsmax (News)
May 05 2022
People have taken to the streets nationwide in reaction to a leak that suggests the Supreme Court plans to overturn Roe v. Wade.
Activists have organized protests and rallies outside the Supreme Court and other federal courthouses across the country. Some activists are also reportedly planning protests at the homes of conservative Justices Amy Coney Barrett, John Roberts, Samuel AlitoHuffPost Newsweek Fox News (Online News)
May 05 2022
Secret U.S. efforts are reportedly helping Ukraine target and kill Russian generals on the front lines of the conflict.
That's according to anonymous senior U.S. officials cited in a New York Times report. Ukraine says it has killed at least 12 Russian generals since Russia's invasion began in late February. The Times report says U.S. efforts have "focused on providing the location andThe Hill Washington Examiner New York Times (News)